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Vincent, Jean-Louis

Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2013

Vincent, Jean-Louis - Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine 2013, ebook

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Table of contents

I. Emergencies

1. Analgesia in the Emergency Department: A GRADE-based Evaluation of Research Evidence and Recommendations for Practice
C. Lipp, R. Dhaliwal, E. Lang

2. Postpartum Hemorrhage
N. Kiefer, S. Weber

3. Event Medicine: An Evolving Subspecialty of Emergency Medicine
P. E. Pepe, S. Nichols

II. Infections

4. Update on Clostridium difficile

M. Bassetti, D. Pecori, E. Righi

5. Invasive Pulmonary Aspergillosis in Critically Ill Patients
S. Blot, D. Koulenti, G. Dimopoulos

6. Procalcitonin Use to Identify the Infected Heart Failure Patient
R. Choudhary, A. S. Maisel

III. Antimicrobials

7. Systematic Surveillance Cultures as an Aid for Selecting Appropriate Initial Antimicrobial Therapy
P. Depuydt, G. Claeys, J. Decruyenaere

8. Colistin: An Old Antibiotic as a Last, Invaluable Resort
R. Imberti, M. Regazzi, G. A. Iotti

9. Optimizing β-Lactam Antibiotic Therapy in the Critically Ill: Moving Towards Patient-tailored Antibiotic Therapy
M. Carlier, V. Stove, J. J. De Waele

10. Antibiotic Adsorption on CRRT Membranes: Impact on Antibiotic Dosing
P. M. Honoré, R. Jacobs, H. D. Spapen

IV. Sepsis Mechanisms and Therapies

11. Hyperinflammation and Mediators of Immune Suppression in Critical Illness
A. C. Morris, A. J. Simpson, T. S. Walsh

12. Immunoglobulins in Sepsis: Which Patients will Benefit the Most?
Z. Molnár, A. Nierhaus, F. Esen

13. Macrophage Migration Inhibitory Factor in Critical Illness: Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde?
C. Stoppe, J. Bernhagen, S. Rex

V. Adjunct Therapies

14. Standardized Reporting, Registration, and a Multicenter, Multispecies Approach to Preclinical (Animal) Trials
M. C. Reade, E. Kirkman

15. Vitamin D and the Critically Ill Patient: An Update for the Intensivist
A. Krishnan, P. Nair, B. Venkatesh

VI. Hemodynamic Optimization

16. Autonomic Dysfunction Is the Motor of Chronic Critical Illness
A. Toner, J. Whittle, G. L. Ackland

17. Hemodynamic Adaptation to Hypoxia in Neonatal Critical Care
H. A. Elteren, C. Ince, I. K. M. Reiss

18. Ventriculo-arterial Decoupling in Acutely Altered Hemodynamic States
F. Guarracino, R. Baldassarri, M. R. Pinsky

19. New Pharmacological Strategy in Acute Heart Failure: Vasodilators vs. Inotropes
L. Lemasle, E. Gayat, A. Mebazaa

20. Goal Directed Therapy: A Review
M. Gruenewald, B. Bein

VII. The Peripheral Circulation

21. Clinical Significance of Peripheral Circulation Abnormalities in Critically Ill Patients
A. Lima, M. E. Genderen, J. Bakker

22. The Microcirculation in Hemorrhagic Shock
A. Harrois, S. Tanaka, J. Duranteau

23. Perioperative Monitoring of Tissue Perfusion: New Developments
C. Boer

VIII. Cardiac Arrest

24. Improving the Local Chain-of-Survival to Improve Survival After Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest
K. Sunde

25. Stent Choice in Patients Undergoing Primary Percutaneous Coronary Intervention
G. Biondi-Zoccai, M. Peruzzi, G. Frati

26. Cardiac Index During Therapeutic Hypothermia: Which Target Value Is Optimal?
R. Giraud, N. Siegenthaler, K. Bendjelid

27. Therapeutic Hypothermia: Is It Effective for Non-VF/VT Cardiac Arrest?
C. Sandroni, F. Cavallaro, M. Antonelli

28. Cerebral Oximetry in Cerebral Resuscitation After Cardiac Arrest
A. Ahn, J. Nolan, S. Parnia

29. Prognostication of Coma After Cardiac Arrest and Therapeutic Hypothermia
M. Oddo

IX. Monitoring

30. Patient Monitoring Alarms in the ICU and in the Operating Room
F. Schmid, M. S. Goepfert, D. A. Reuter

31. Bedside Monitoring of Heart-Lung Interactions
F. J. Silva Ramos, E. L. V. Costa, M. B. P. Amato

32. Assessment of Volume Responsiveness During Mechanical Ventilation: Recent Advances
X. Monnet, J.-L. Teboul

33. Point-of-Care Coagulation Management in Intensive Care Medicine
P. Meybohm, K. Zacharowski, C. F. Weber

34. Revisiting Lactate in Critical Illness
M. Nalos, A. S. McLean, S. Huang

X. Transthoracic Monitoring

35. Diaphragmatic Ultrasound in Critically Ill Patients
M. Zambon, L. Cabrini, A. Zangrillo

36. Two Steps Forward in Bedside Monitoring of Lung Mechanics: Transpulmonary Pressure and Lung Volume
G. A. Cortes, J. J. Marini

37. Esophageal Pressure Monitoring in ARDS
D. Chiumello, S. Coppola, S. Froio

XI. Lung Cells

38. Mesenchymal Stem/Stromal Cells: Opportunities and Obstacles in ARDS
G. F. Curley, M. Hayes, J. G. Laffey

39. Stem Cells in Acute and Chronic Lung Injury: Building Evidence for Therapeutic Use
M. A. Antunes, P. R. M. Rocco, P. Pelosi

40. Restoration of Alveolar Epithelial Function as a Therapeutic Strategy for Acute Lung Injury
R. Herrero, C. Sanchez, J. A. Lorente

XII. Intravenous Fluids

41. Colloids for Sepsis: Effectiveness and Cost Issues
A. Farrugia, G. Martin, M. Bult

42. Risk Factors for Transfusion-Related Lung Injury in ICU Patients
M. C. A. Müller, N. P. Juffermans

XIII. Perioperative Problems

43. Prevention of Postoperative Pulmonary Problems Starts Intraoperatively
J. Poelaert, L. Szegedi, S. Blot

44. Perioperative Hemodynamic Optimization: From Clinical to Economic Benefits
G. Marx, F. Michard

XIV. Mechanical Ventilation

45. Extracerebral Effects of Hyperventilation: What are the Mechanisms?
S. Froio, V. Conte, N. Stocchetti

46. Endotracheal Tube Biofilm and Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia
A. Coppadoro, J. G. Thomas, L. Berra

47. High-Frequency Percussive Ventilation in ARDS
H. Spapen, J. De Regt, P. M. Honoré

48. NAVA: Applications and Limitations
N. Patroniti, G. Grasselli, G. Bellani

49. Extracorporeal Gas Exchange: Present and Future
T. Mauri, A. Zanella, A. Pesenti

50. Recent Advances and Novel Applications of Modern ECMO
R. Roncon-Albuquerque, J. A. Paiva

XV. Renal Failure

51. Measurement of Kidney Perfusion in Critically Ill Patients
A. G. Schneider, M. D. Goodwin, R. Bellomo

52. Perioperative Acute Kidney Injury After Fluid Resuscitation
Z. Ricci, S. Romagnoli, C. Ronco

53. Acute Kidney Injury in Intensive Care: A Role for Backpressure?
J. Bardon, M. Legrand, A. Mebazaa

54. Renal Oxygenation in Clinical Acute Kidney Injury
S.-E. Ricksten, G. Bragadottir, B. Redfors

55. NGAL in Acute Kidney Injury
O. Rewa, S. M. Bagshaw

56. Understanding Acute Kidney Injury in Adult Patients with Thrombotic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
L. Zafrani, É. Azoulay

57. Acute Kidney Injury Is a Chronic Disease that Requires Long-Term Follow-up
C. J. Kirwan, J. R. Prowle

XVI. Renal Replacement Therapy

58. Regional Citrate Anticoagulation for Renal Replacement Therapy
M. Balik, M. Zakharchenko, M. Matejovic

59. Does the Choice of Renal Replacement Therapy Affect Renal Recovery?
N. Saxena, A. J. Tolwani, K. M. Wille

XVII. Neurological Issues

60. Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Critical Care Management
M.G. Abate, G. Citerio

61. Recanalization: A Critical Step in Acute Ischemic Stroke
M. Mazighi

62. Brain Monitoring in the Intensive Care Unit
M. Srairi, T. Geeraerts, O. Fourcade

63. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Coupled To EEG: A New Tool to Assess Brain Function in Coma
O. Gosseries, M. Boly, S. Laureys

XVIII. Physiotherapy and ICU Weakness

64. Diagnostic Approach to ICU-acquired Weakness: Present and Future
L. Wieske, M. J. Schultz, J. Horn

65. Physiotherapy Update for the Adult ICU Patient
J.-D. Marti, G. Ntoumenopoulos, A. Torres

XIX. Organization and Outcomes

66. Nighttime Intensivist Physician Staffing in the ICU
D. J. Wallace, D. C. Angus, J. M. Kahn

67. Prognostication in Cirrhotic Patients Admitted to Intensive Care
S. Patel, T. Pirani, J. Wendon

68. Delayed Neuroprognostication After Cardiac Arrest and Temperature Management
T. Cronberg, J. Horn, N. Nielsen

69. Burn Trauma in the Elderly: Treating those with a Chance
O. Jeanjaquet, Y. A. Que, M. M. Berger

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Medicine/Public Health, general, Intensive / Critical Care Medicine, Emergency Medicine, Internal Medicine

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2013
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Annual Update in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Page amount
917 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9783642351099

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